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MagLab experts fine-tuned a furnace for pressure-cooking a novel superconducting magnet. Now they're about to build its big brother.
Monthly gatherings prepare employees for the dreaded awkward elevator ride.
From physics to chemistry to biology, science isn’t for loners anymore. It takes a squad to make progress in an increasingly interdisciplinary world.
With determination, confidence and a top-notch team, this MagLab chemist exposed the complex secrets of crude oil, busting open a vast, new field.
The MagLab’s DC Field Facility hit pay dirt with this hire, who works tirelessly to keep magnet cells spick and span.
Looking for something to give you the edge in your research? Join the team.
Whether with people, particles or the forces of physics, love always finds a way.
Using high-field electromagnets, scientists explore a promising alternative to the increasingly expensive rare earth element widely used in motors.
Looking for ways to make better superconductors for the next-generation particle accelerators, a young scientist homed in on how they were heat-treated. He was getting warmer.
At the National MagLab and other labs across the globe, the race to discover ever-warmer superconductors is heating up. Find out what these materials are, what they’re good for and why this field is red hot.
At the National MagLab, scientists have been experimenting for years on materials first dreamed up by the newest physics Nobel laureates decades ago.
When documentary filmmakers needed to know the bite force of a prehistoric megabeast, who did they turn to? The National MagLab.
Deep in their beautiful lattices, crystals hold secrets about the future of technology and science. Ryan Baumbach aims to find them.
During the sport's biggest month of the year, MagLab staffers talk about how biking enhances their life — and their science.
Science in a tight space requires ingenuity, tenacity and a really good pair of tweezers.
Time off from the lab can recharge batteries, inspire new insights and give the brain a break — even when a little science sneaks in.
Hired in 2015 as chief scientist, this eminent physicist brings a dynamic array of talents to the MagLab.
When it comes to science, can fortune tip the scales?
At research conducted at the MagLab, a young geochemist uncovers the surprisingly violent origins of a meteorite.